Manufacturing Process Error
A manufacturing defect occurs when there is a defect in a product’s manufacturing process. This occurs when the product in question is manufactured differently than its intended design. Manufacturing defects may occur when the manufacturer of the product uses the incorrect material or when appropriate quality controls are not used at the manufacturing plant. An example of a manufacturing defect is a four-legged chair being manufactured with three legs. Although the chair was designed correctly, the three-legged chair was incorrectly manufactured.
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